[TLC NOTE: Winky asked us to clean up any of her translation mistakes. We think she did a wonderful job, but do keep in mind the original interviewContinued...
Illusionist Paul Kieve reports on his website that he was a consultant for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban:
He has taught Magic to several members of the cast including Daniel Radcliffe & Emma Watson (Hermione and Harry), as well as holding the first ever on-set Magic class!
Thanks to Bart for the link!
Thanks to the many readers who wrote to let us know about Prisoner of Azkaban actress Emma Thompson's new movie, Angels in America, which will play on HBO (see link for dates and times). In particular, thanks to Patrick for pointing us to three different photos from the movie of the lovely Ms. Thompson
StudentNews.org has a piece on Alan Rickman.
Thanks to TLC reader 'k' for the link!
Several readers have reminded us that Harry Potter actor Christian Coulson is in A&E's version of Horatio Hornblower, the second movie of which premiere's tonight, but as A&E will likely re-run soon, check their listings.
Thanks to Libby for the link!
Several readers have let us know that Michael Gambon will be profiled tonight on Access Hollywood - check here for program times.
Charlotte wrote to let us know the following bit is in UK's Empire Magazine, January 2004 (is it really almost 2004?), page 26:
You'll see him next in Harry Potter 3: "I play Harry's dead father, so there's not a great deal to do. I'm in the next one for about four seconds - Harry has thisContinued...
Hollywood Dreams now has a non-holographic version of the Sirius Black Prisoner of Azkaban poster for sale.
This bit from IMDB quoting Jason Isaacs as saying he'd beg to be in the fourth film:
"...'Just as we were finishing Chamber of Secrets, Alfonso Cuaron came along and I got to shake hands with him and that was about it. Then they started Azkaban. I'm sure they had a whale of a time. ButContinued...
The Chicago Sun-Times has an article on the composer, which mentions Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban:
Williams then starts composing, working on a schedule he describes as "always too little time." Before arriving in Chicago, Williams was in London catching an early glimpse of the third Harry Potter film, whichContinued...
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets was named British Academy Children's Film and Television Awards most popular film.
Thanks to Marilyn and Ian for the link!
A little late, but here they are (sorry, we had to have Thanksgiving too!) - much thanks to HP4U.co.uk for getting these, and all the readers who wrote to tell us!
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Thanks to the many readers who sent this in - a little blurb about the trailer in Entertainment Weekly with a sharp jab at Columbus held within:
"...The slow-cut, revelatory feel - aided by a Tim Burton-ish children's chorus - enchants. G'bye, Columbus, y tu pratfalls también!Continued...
HarryPotter.com has been updated with an all-new Quidditchy look! Thanks Emily, for pointing it out!
Click here, at last, to read up on TLC's visit with Jamie Waylett, otherwise known as Vincent Crabbe, who talks about life as a young actor, the actors/directors/producers of HP, school, friends, bums (yes, bums), outtakes, intake, overcoming insurmountable odds - and too much else to list.Continued...